Yeah, the rumor seemed to be correct. After the rumors hit the internet, Sony officially announced its new UMPC the next day. It’s the Sony Vaio VGN-UX50 which boasts a 4.5-inch screen, runs under Windows XP and is powered by Intel Core Solo processor. The Vaio UX Micro PC weighs just over 500 grams and its body frame is made up of carbon.
It will have Bluetooth, WiFi, WWAN (EDGE connectivity) and a fingerprint reader. There are two camera present, front one meant for video conferencing and the rear one to click pics. The screen is a VGA one capable of 800×600 resolution and accepts stylus inputs. There’s also a VGA adapter to connect to an external monitor, three ports USB 2.0, iLink IEEE-1394 interface and AV outputs.
The Vaio UX Micro PC will retail in July at a price of $1800.